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great tuesday. >> 25, you were totally out of control. i said there's a person with a temperament that's got a problem. >> secretary clinton? >> just one moment from last night's presidential debate. it was a contentious showdown between the two candidates with policy discussions and personal insults. a full break down is just moments away. first, to weatherwatch 12 it is a day ahead of us. we're on weather watch. there are some possible showers sticking around today. we'll tell you when to grab your umbrella. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda is on assignment today. it is 4:30. i've stepped into the weather center with meteorologist sally
temperature map and showing the 40s. >> yes, 48 to 54. the water is the warmest temperature as 56 degrees. we have a few 40s away from a lake. 49 sheboygan. 53 port. 52 racine. bus stop weather today it is jacket weather. cloudy and cool. i anticipate a little morning sunshine before the clouds filling in and temperature going up to 63. the clouds are nosing in overall. we have broad low pressure. this is going to pin wheel the areas of clouds and spotty showers from time to time remaining nearly stationary for us. for today, sun early, breezy this morning. this afternoon cloudy. 63 degrees. west winds 12-22 miles per hour. for tonight hit or miss light
evening and overnight. ben? >> when you're on the go, take the weather watch 12 forecast with you. just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet. >> right now we begin with commitment 2016 coverage. last night's debate marked hillary clinton and donald trump's first presidential face off. they clashed on several issues in front of a massive tv audience. abc's stephanie ramos has more from the site of the debate, the candidates hillary clinton and donald trump walking out on the debate stage shaking hands and taking a fighting stance, their first general election face off turning contentious and personal quick. >> i have a feeling of this evening i'm going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened.
like climate change, trade to stop and frisk. >> the argument is it's a form of racial profiling. >> no the argue is we have to take the guns away from the people. they are bad people that shouldn't have them. >> stop and frisk was found to be unconstitutional in part because it was ineffective. >> trump is continuing to blast clinton on the stamina and >> well as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease fire and release and opening of new opportunities and spends 11 # hours testifying, he can talk to me about stamina. >> this marked the first time both clinton and trump shared the same stage side by side as they try to prove to voters they're the best person to lead the country.
>> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate, and yes, i did, and you know, what else i prepared for, i prepared to be president, and i think that's a good thing. >> one down, two more to go. the 2nd presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton will be october 9th in st. louis, missouri. stephanie ramos abc news new york. >> right now, a lot of people are talking about the debate candidates. tim is in the newsroom this morning with some reaction. tim. >> ben, donald trump has been tweeting up a storm overnight. he is mostly re-tweeting positive reviews of his debate performance. here's one post saying quote, wow, did great in the debate polls, except for cnn, which i don't watch, end quote. hillary clinton hasn't personally posted anything online yet, but her campaign uploaded this photo on facebook asking people to share it to show their
clinton's campaign wrote that the debate proved she's the only candidate ready to be president. trump wrote that the debate ignored key facts that matter to americans. ben? >> both candidates are focusing on wisconsin right now. donald trump will be at the waukesha expo center tomorrow. trump's vice presidential nominee mike pence was supposed to visit later today but that event has been postponed. anne holton, the wife of democratic vp nominee tim kaine, will be in milwaukee on clinton's daughter chelsea is expected to campaign in the green bay area later this week. >> abc news has a team of reporters covering the debate and overnight reaction from the campaign trail. look for reports today on "good morning america" starting at seven. >> looking ahead now, remembering a marquette alum and honoring his legacy. later today on the issues with mike gousha will discuss journalist james foley and the legacy he leaves behind. isis kidnapped and killed foley
documentary screening at the milwaukee film festival. >> looking ahead, learn how to use a life saving drug, narcan can reduce the effects of an overdose. there is free training on how to use the medication. you can reserve a spot by calling the health department. >> wisn 12 news time now is a campus icon going up in flames. the game celebration turns into a manhunt and how a student helped to track down the person responsible and the charges he's facing this morning. >> police use a tool to keep this man safe. translation and quick thinking
it is a cool start. take a look at this. 35 days until halloween, including day. 59 until thanksgiving and christmas three months off. you want to windows up in the car this morning. everybody touching up to 60 by noon. becoming overcast and breezy west winds. a few evening sprinkles. thst later this evening and overnight. >> sal, thank you. >> new this morning, while millions of people were watching the presidential debate on tv. other people were gathering outside of the venue to protest. they took to the streets of hempstead, new york near hofstra university. security expected around 10,000 protesters. no word yet if that many people actually showed up. >> an iconic tree at auburn university set on fire. police say a student ran after
arrest him. that german man is now facing charges for setting the tree on fire. it is on the right side of the screen. it happened after a football game. it's not the first time the trees have been targeted, in 2010, someone poisoned one of the oak trees. >> a scary situation for a texas driver trapped in flooding. the man climbed on top of his car which was completely covered by water. rescue crews reached him using a ladder. the man almost slipped and fell, but after stoppio he finally made it on to the ladder safely. he was not hurt. the man said he ended up in the flooded street after following a navigation app. now to tim in the news room and following the big stories. >> millions of people watching the debate last night and started to google, what is searching tell using about the presidential race and who walked
>> an attorney goes after the employer and what the police learn about a shooting that russ:
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>> look at the shot of the moon this morning. tuesday, september 27th. >> waning crescent. >> yes, that is correct. >> i double checked on that. >> clear skies too. >> skies are fair and early today we have thefa then the clouds are coming back this morning and increaseingly high clouds. the high pressure is north of the great lakes and that is a weather maker. a little disturbance around the low and bringing in the clouds and rain from time to time. 54 at the airport. winds southwest at 13 miles per hour. for today, sun to clouds.
showers a few in the late afternoon and better chances in the evening overnight. >> our big story this morning: the first debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. overwe learned the reactions from how americans thought about the google trends posted this map showing search habits before the debate. the states in red featured a majority of searches about donald trump. blue shows the states that searched mostly about hillary clinton. well, now let's look at what happened after the debate. you can see all states went blue afterwards searching mainly about hillary clinton. now experts warn that this doesn't mean that those searches are all from supporters of clinton. but it does show that people were thinking about her, one way or another, after the debate. overnight polls and surveys from several media outlets show that people who watched the debate
look for full coverage today on "good morning america" starting at seven. ben, back to you. >> tim, thank you. >> happening now, more debate about a controversial bill that president obama vetoed. the senate *could override the president's decision. tomorrow the senate will vote trying to cancel out the veto. lawmakers approved the bill which allows families of 9/11 victims to sue saudi arabia. if two-thirds of the senate votes to override the veto. it would be the first time one of obama's vetoes is overturned. >> using a smartphone app to save a life. the man climbed out to a five story garage seemingly readying to jump off. they use add translation app to
>> trying to make sense of some of the things he was saying and he was willing to take possession of the phone to facilitate the translation. >> another officer hopped over the barrier and grabbed him so he couldn't jump. >> new morning, we are already getting into the holiday spirit... >> one of the best, transis coming back to milwaukee. it is one of the cities that is key to success here throughout the years. >> with your community embracing us like you have we have all
coming to down december 11th. we are bring back to ghost of christmas eve. we decided we are going to change it a little bit but repeat ourselves and bring it back to life the great story. >> two performances that day on december 11th. tickets are on sale right now. that is one of the christmas tunes you turn up the radio to. >> it is. it is becoming a the families to take in the show. it is so good. >> i have never seem them live before. >> it is incredible. early today the temperatures 40s and 50s. i wore a little sweater. >> i wore a jacket. >> later we reach up to the 60s. dry much of the day what. to take, grab the sunglasses,
mowing, what is with the grass, you have to mow every three days, if you are mowing today do it early. there is a little rain in the forecast, especially for tonight. the clouds are continuing to sag to the south. there is a broad area of low pressure. there is high pressure north and well to the west. this is a cut off low and pin wheeling the clouds and showers through wisconsin over the next couple of days and begin pattern change up a bit. off and on wet for a few days. 53 at the madison. 54 at the airport. so watch what happens today. this morning sunshine. we move to lunchtime and the clouds are filling. in mostly cloudy this morning. showers north of fond du lac and
showers for the evening tonight. this is mid night. we put together several dry hours. we are still mostly cloudy. by noon scattered showers around for us. scattered showers in the forecast not only for later today and for tomorrow. sticky clouds in place on thursday. a stray shower for thursday and friday. the rain is staying light. 63 tonight. 49 tonight. 65 thursday and friday. for now the weekend is looking dry to me. a mix of sun and clouds and the temperatures in the 60s. >> and nine people are hurt and a suspect is dead after a shooting in a houston parking lot. tim? >> houston's mayor is saying that the shooter was upset with the law firm where he worked and
belongings. he started to shoot randomly at the people. nine people were hurt. police say he had a number of weapons in the car along with 2600 rounds of ammo. he was killed in the shoot outwith the police later on. >> tim, the trial is getting underway for dylann roof accused ofl south carolina church. he's facing dons of charges and the death penalty. a federal judge will interview more jury candidates today. >> new this morning, a police officer in houston resigned after a police department released the video showing excessive force. the officer says that the man
the platform. the man said he left and came back for his known and that is when the attack happened. >> he hit me so hard and knocked me to the ground and he's standing over me and making noise. >> police since investigated and decided the the force was not justified. the other officer on the scene stepped in but should have been sooner. needs help. miracle was born without bag back legs. the owner is looking for a family to take him in and take care of the special needs. >> the first day he started walking on the front legs. he doesn't know anything is wrong with him. >> the owner is saying that the
special pig. he's got her hands full with other animals. i bet he'll get a home. >> a fight to save a floating house is sinking. the crews in portland are working to save the house that floats on the river. the water started to leak into the crawl space under the house a. contractor built and installed a new float system for the house. the family has no regrets about buying a floating home it >> after being down here, i can't imagine living on dirt, you know, that's the way you feel when you come down. >> the construction was supposed to be guaranteed for 88 years. the oenler is hoping to get back some of the repairs that cost $70,000. >> is there lead in milwaukee's
>> a there may be an upside to morning sickness, less miscarriages. they studied women that had one miscarriage and became pregnant again, and women with nausea are half as likely to have miscarriages as those who didn't. the researchers are not sure wh to first time pregnancies. a study shows that women with hearing loss are more likely to have low birth weight babies. hearing issues can cause communication problems with doctors so the women tended to have fewer doctor visits. the women with hearing loss are more likely to have additional health problems.
staged cancer patients don't have real expectations about the treatment. half of the patients expected the tumors to shrink. and the patients survive an average of six months. >> teens in high school are not getting enough exercise. researchers measured how many steps 500 tenth graders and fewer than 9% of the students got the recommended 60 minutes of daily exercise. >> wisn 12 news time now is 4:59. the news continues right now.
evening i will be blamed for everything that ever happened. >> why not? >> yes, why not. join the debate by saying more crazy things. now -- >> nothing crazy about not letting the companyings bring their money back to the company. >> the first presidential debate is a wrap. the issues that triggered the heated battles and what the the first is now over. good morning, i'm ben wagner. it is 5:00 on september 27th. first though, we are on traffic and weatherwatch 12 for you. we are checking in with matt salemme in a moment. first to sally severson. >> we are keeping your eyes on the radar, this morning we enjoy the sunshine. the best part of the day are the